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Subject: Perfect 90's show
This is it. Want to experience an awesome latter day Grateful Dead show? The band (and audience) is amped and on fire.
Every song is inspired and spirited. This matrix captures the great SBD Mix and the great AUD crowd.
Even if you prefer the old days of the Dead, you got to admit this is good stuff.
Subject: Very nice
I must say that even though I tend to prefer the earlier days of the band, this show does boil over with energy. Love the way the crowd erupts with first verse of Loose Lucy. Great show, excellent Matrix mix, who could ask for anything more! 5 Stars for this one.
Kevin from Tampa -
Subject: Cool Dub
Neat to have a pristine sound board recording with the heavy taper pit crowd noise on top of it. I guess we'll use this innovation as we attempt to explain this experience to our children.
Subject: Killer Uncle Johns Band.
Very crisp and clear show. The vocals sound awesome. Check out Playin>UJB Phenom.! crowd participation is unprecedented
Nicely recorded and great song selection
Subject: What a run at Cap Centre
I was there for all three shows (where's the 15th...Happy Birthday Phil). I was so psyched to see the Dead in my backyard. I was talking with a head before the show and he asked me what I expected. I told him that I'd read on the Terrapin Station BBS (remember that?) that they'd been soundchecking with Loose Lucy. He scoffed and said "They'll never play that again". After Jerry stepped up to the mike and started singing the verse, he went nuts and said "Dude, you called it". We were all jumping around and going crazy. These shoes were fantastic. High Times was there and published a story and photos of these shows. And yes, the Let It Grow is on Without A Net. A friend of mine and I remarked at the show how excellent it was. After listening to the bootlegs for several month, I heard the CD release, and I thought it sounded familiar. Good times in Landover. Damn, I miss the Dead.